Get Help with “Back to My Mac”

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I’ve been using “Back to My Mac” successfully now for a few months. I find it really convenient when sitting at the office on my MacBook Air and need access to the home computer to grab a missing file or simply run a backup. Because I use an Apple Airport Extreme router, set up was as easy as flipping a switch. If you need “Back to My Mac” and are running into problems, listen to this week’s MacBreak Tech podcast where the gang digs deep and reveals all the secrets to making “Back to My Mac” work.

10 Comments Get Help with “Back to My Mac”

  1. rmilic21@gmail.com

    I love macs and their capabilities. I seriously do not understand why IT guys claim that Macs are not practical. They seem to be more practical than PCs. Just my opinion. Thanks for sharing this.

    Reply
  2. rmilic21@gmail.com

    I love macs and their capabilities. I seriously do not understand why IT guys claim that Macs are not practical. They seem to be more practical than PCs. Just my opinion. Thanks for sharing this.

    Reply
  3. rmilic21@gmail.com

    I love macs and their capabilities. I seriously do not understand why IT guys claim that Macs are not practical. They seem to be more practical than PCs. Just my opinion. Thanks for sharing this.

    Reply
  4. rmilic21@gmail.com

    I love macs and their capabilities. I seriously do not understand why IT guys claim that Macs are not practical. They seem to be more practical than PCs. Just my opinion. Thanks for sharing this.

    Reply
  5. rmilic21@gmail.com

    I love macs and their capabilities. I seriously do not understand why IT guys claim that Macs are not practical. They seem to be more practical than PCs. Just my opinion. Thanks for sharing this.

    Reply

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